|Ford Mustang GT Premium Fastback '15|
|Appears in||Gran Turismo Sport|
|Max Power||434 HP|
|Max Torque||400 lbs.-ft.|
|0-60 Mph||4.69 seconds|
|Weight||3,705 pounds (1,681 kg)|
|Power/Weight Ratio||3.87 kg (8.5 lb) per horsepower|
Ten colors are available for this car:
- Oxford White
- Ingot Silver
- Shadow Black
- Triple Yellow
- Competition Orange
- Race Red
- Ruby Red Tinted Clearcoat Metallic
- Deep Impact Blue
The Ford Mustang transformed into its 6th generation model in 2014, on the 50th anniversary since its first debut. Although the car had only been sold in the US and some limited countries in the past, it was now to be sold in 120 markets around the world.
In preparation for this expansion, significant effort had been made on the model change. The greatly altered styling of the car was more aggressive than any other model to-date, but its prominent front grille and headlights as well as the strong linear design carries over the identity of the lineage, making it so anyone could immediately identify it as a Mustang.
There were significant changes in the engineering for the car as well. The old fashioned rigid axle was finally done away with in this model and the car was given independent suspension on all 4 wheels.
In terms of the engine line-up, the inline 4 cylinder that existed in the 2nd and 3rd generation models made a comeback. Although this is a down-sized, direct injection engine out of consideration for the environment, it is still a 2.3 litre turbo that produces 309 BHP / 32.6 kgfm and was welcomed worldwide.
However, for fans of the series the star of the show is of course the Mustang GT equipped with the signature V8. The 5 litre V8 produces 434 BHP / 40.8 kgfm, giving solid power from low to high speed ranges, but the top of the line V8 model is the Mustang GT Premium. This is a luxurious model equipped with extras such as a voice recognition car navigation system and Recaro leather seats.
This car can be purchased in the Ford section of Brand Central for 44,310 Credits.